A celebration of the Bicentennial of
the United States Constitution. This 50 poster exhibit helps people around the world better understand the American Constitution and the foundations of our government. The exhibit emphasizes the 8 fundamental principles embodied in the Constitution and traces their antecedents and development from 1787 through present day.
Translated into 4 languages
(English, French, Spanish, Arabic) it expands and personalizes its effectiveness and extends its longevity. The exhibit is distributed to over 158 capitals and major cities worldwide and will be used during the bicentennial period.
Modular in nature, the posters (each 20"x31") may be organized to fit various spaces and provide a background for speakers as well as topical discussions. The exhibit is divided into 5 specific sections: Antecedents, events and principals leading to the Constitution;
the Eight Fundamental Principles embodied in a Constitutional landscape; and events from 1787 to the present that led to the laws that safeguard our values.
LNA for the United States Information Agency